Friday, September 18, 2015

Christmas card layout

More for my Christmas card book. For this one I followed the sketch at Let's get Sketchy week 1. I used paint by Jillibean Soup and Stamp N Plus. The stickers are by Echo Park and unknown. I die cut their last name from my Cricut CM Holiday cartridge and stamped the small words and date with Oriental Trading Co alphabet stamps and Bamboo Leaves Memento Ink. I used patterned papers by Martha Stewart, Stampin Up and Bazzill. That's about it.




Thanks for looking.
http://kcclayoutchallenges.blogspot.com/-Ink splotches and different fonts
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10 comments:

  1. Great take on the sketch, lovely family photo....I can see you are ready for Christmas!!
    Thanks for joining us at LGS..

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  2. What a great photo card and I love the cute photos. What a great way to use up snippets pf patterned papers!
    Thanks for sharing with us at Happy Little Stampers Christmas Challenge.
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  3. Great use for paper scraps, thanks for playing along with us at LGS!

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  4. Great photo card (love the way you included the beautiful dog in the family photo!). And good design for using up small pieces of decorative paper! Thanks for joining our challenge at Happy Little Stampers.

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  5. Love that you used the photo card. Great spatters and colors. Thanks for creating with us at Lasting Memories.

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  6. Very adorable photo's, love your take on the sketch. Thanks for joining in at Let's Get Sketchy.

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  7. Wonderful page. Love what you did with the sketch. Thanks for joining us at Let's Get Sketchy.

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  8. Such a simple and cute layout. The ink splatters make it perfect! thanks for joining us at Lasting Memories. :)

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  9. Awesome use of the sketch! Thank you for joining us at LGS :)

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  10. Great layout and the paint splatters are perfect! Thank you for joining us at Lasting Memories!

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